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How about this Bernie? Instead of constantly ripping out the heart (whats left of it) of F1 by always selling out to the highest bidding countries around the world, regardless of said country having any interest/history of F1, you try and really help some of the old circuits and venues remain on the calender. Of course I realise serious money has to be invested each year just to keep F1 alive, but if you keep taking the sport away from countries that have a genuine fan base, then F1 is gonna be in trouble. It seems that unless a track/venue has financial backing from its countries government, its impossible almost to pay Bernie what he wants, and to make the upgrades needed for modern day F1.